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iGS Busch of Mason City the city Saturday and witLh J. Wayne Staley, Jr. Erlbush, living over four thwest of the city, lind a green gage plums, bold more than 100 gallons. Danner and son Chris, of Wayne, Indiana, who haxl on a two weeks' fishing trip visited in Mount Friday and Saturday with , Christian Danner, and Art Miller and Mrs. Helen Brooker, daughter of d Mrs. Oswald Brooker, ltv- ree miles west of the city, home Wednesday of last from Los Angeles, Calif., she spent seven weeks taL- c summer course of study at :University of Los Angeles. in that city she stayed with aunt Mrs. F. E. Hutchison. Brooker left Sunday for Am-i i= Mount Pulaski THEnTRE I FRI. AND SAT. Aug. 22-23 ink Lloyd brings yOU another ring screen triumph top- all his other pictures. der, and family. Miss I)robisch is taking a vacaVdon from her duties in the local telephone office. Mrs. Elizabeth Vaughan, Mrs. Ella Birks and Mrs. Celia Shyer, of Latham, were guests last Fri- day of Mrs. Mary Garrison. Barbara and Jerry Hargis, chil- dren of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. HarRis, underwent tonsil opera- tions Saturday in St. Clara's hos- i pital, Lincoln. MOI'T PdLAJ NIWS. MOUNT P ILLINOIll Buckles Reunion Held Sunday The third annual fanily reunion of the descendants of John Buckles, one of the earliest pioneer resi- dents of the Mount Pulaski com- munity, was held Sunday, August 17, 1941, at ti home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton, one mile west of Mount Pulaski. Willimn Earl Fry and son Bill, of Springfield, visited here Sunday { At noon a potluck chicken din- with Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beid- i her ws served and greatly enjoy- let. { ed by the group of rlatives. The Sangamon County Boys furnished Mrs. arc Rothwell attended the music for the occasion. The oldest Buckles family reunion last Sun- member present was Mrs. arc day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rothwell of Mount Pulaski, and Thomas A. Gupton west of tle the youngest was Sandra Del city, 'and during the evening be- Buckles, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. came quite ill. Aboot 10 p.m. she Jolu M. Buckles of Detroit, Mich. wa removed in the Schanl am- At the business meeting officers bulance to her home at corner of for the 1942 reunion were elected. as follows: Robert Rothwell, Mount Jefferson and Spring stseets. She ]Pulaski ' president; Frank E. Tur- is nob" somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Keil, sons tey, Mount Pulaski, vice-president; Paul Buckles, Lincoln, secre- Byron Lee and Donald of Spring- field, were guests Saturday and tart and treasurer. Sunday of the farmer's aunt, Miss The reunion t-as attended by Katie Keil. the following: maqce preparations for her ........ Mount Pulaski--Mrs. arc Roth- *"n _hehh;%h ' mira. -ottie rielper at rienry, ms in- Ill., has been visiting here for sev- well, Jack Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. '_ _ . " l eral days with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Buckles, Cecil Buckles, Mr. us Dr0DiscN and daugh-IVi r il  onnolle and Mrs. Robert Rothwell and son I g .u y. :b:la, left last Thursday ] Robert, Mrs. John M. Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Curtis, Mr. s, Ohm, to wmt the lend Mrs. Don Wible and son Terry Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Turley, Mr. sister, Mrs. Ida Schrae- visited in Lafayette, Indiana, Sat- and Mrs. Everett Rotiwell, Mr. urday flight and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Damarin, daughter and Mrs. Roy Coers and family. " At noon Sundasr all the above mentioned were in Greensburg and attended a family dinner at the home of Maurice Krider. Th'ey were accompanied home by Roy FRIDAY & SATURDAY ., yenne" i Starring + LORETTA YOUNG with Preston-Edward Arnold sdys George - Frank Cravens AND MONDAY Aug. 24 - 25 Dunne -- Cary Grant -fEORGE STEVENS' SERENADE' WED. AND THURS. .......... Aug. 27 - 28 FIRST BEAO" Coers, Jr., who is spending the week here. R'ev. and Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer and daughter Miss Frances re- turned home Monday from Gen- eseo following  visit of several days with their son, Carl Neu- meyer, and family. Miss Frances, and her brother, and wife were in Ohicago Saturday and attended the famous Music Festival at Soldiers' Field. Miss Neumeyer being a par- ticipant. Mr. and Mrs. eorge Meyer, son George, and daughter Dorothy of Brooklyn, New York, on an auto trip to Illinois, arrived here last Thursday for a week's visit souheast of the city with Mrs. Meyer's sister. Mrs. George Grath- and family. Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE CALL Shell Service Station AOHST 22 - 23 Leave Your Orders for Frying Chickens with s - Jackie Cooper : Edith Fellows Mount Pulaski -- Phone 44 REVERSE CHARGES J PALMOLIVE 2 ,o, 6C ( w1FrlHI COUPON) CONCENTRATED SUPER SUDS , 12o ( VVITH COUPON) GOOD LUCK Salad Dressing Iqt. 29c Wishbone Coffee Ib 29c; Cap Diced Fruit Cocktail Doris, sons Harry, Virgil and John, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rothwell and daughter Cozette, Oscar W'. Mayer, William Brannam, M{ss Ruby Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Herb- ert Holz, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gupton and son Thomas Arthur, and Marion Robson, the latter the Times-News photographer. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Free Hild, daughters, Charlene Ann and Donna, son Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckles, daughters, Mary Elaine and Ptricia Ann, Miss Hilda Gluick. Stanford--Miss Evelyn Pulliam. Detroit, Mich.--Mr. and Mrs. John M. Buckles, daughter Sandra Del, Miss Helen Buckles, Clarence Cecil Buckles. Kouts, Ind.--Michmel Smith. Stonington--Mr. and Mrs. King. By SAucy JoxN CHavsos'roM (347-4107) E do not live with strictness, nor keep a clear conscience: [or i this were the case nothing would alarm us. For he who lives virtuously cannot be injured or be deprived o| his inward pleasure. Take away his riches? He has yet wealth that is in the heavens[ Cast him out o[ his country? He will take re[uee in that city which is above.l Put his body to death? Yet he ,hall rise again ! SERMONS in MINIATURE MIDDLETO'N TO HOLD ANNUAL HOMF_,CMING The annual homecoming for Middletown in the west part of Logan county, will be held Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 4, 5 and 6, in Middletown park. Two special home talent pro- grams will be presented tire nights of Sept. 4 and 5 and on SaturdaT, Sept. 6, an all day homecoming program will be held, featuring a parade, music and speaking. . There also will be a flower show carnival events and athletic games. A. F. Sturgis, Floyd Rayburn and AUGUST James Snyder will be in concessions. ! Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. linson and daughter Beth 1 returned last week to their ha in Rutland after a summer'S v$ {caion visit with their parentS, _ ]and Mrs. George A Tomlinso {Mr. and Mrs. Samuel EarleS.  ling part of this time Mr. linson attended summer schOO the University of Illinois. L$ principal of both the Rutland school and grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Clsrrenee Br and family, of Chicago, vl east of the city Saturday and SI day with Mr. and Mrs. AlVin  er. The annual chicken and fi will be held 2hursda'y Sept. 4, at Copeland church southwest of Mount aski. SERVIC:E on GAS AND ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Housewives Call 187 MOUNT PULASKI APPLIANCE STORE Bring Us Your Eggs We Are Paying Top Price KOOL AID ..................... 4 for CARAMEL CORN ............... pkg. ALL CANDY BARS .............. 3 for GUM .. ,,, ...................... 3 for CRACKERJACK ................ 3 for ,,, FLY RIBBONS ................... 2 for FLY SWATFERS DAISY FLY KILLERS EL VAMPIRO ................... 2 for 2 Ibs 57c 2 27c Cap gadlett PEARS 25c Cap Sliced PineaplSle .. 2 for 47c Cap Apricots, halves 2 for 47c Cap Cr. Style G. B. Corn 2 23c Cap Cr. Style C. G. Corn .. 2 23C Merit PEAS . 2 for 19 StaLely Cut Wax Beans .... 2 Van Camp Pork & Beans ... 3 Cap Tapioca, quick ......... Cap Tapioca, Pearl ........ Morl'on Salt, free or Iod, 2 for Junket Freezing Mix .... 2 for Sweetheart Soap .... 4 bars Handi Towels ......... each ,,i i Coffage Cheese ........ pf. Cream Cereal .......... pt. 27c 27c 9c 9c 17c 17c 19c 10c VAIL'S PHONE 299 I0 13 10 CRISCO ...... lb. 23c; 3 Ibs LIPTON TEA (with glass) V4-1b. CAP TEA (with glass) V4-1b. Red Cross MAC. or SPAG. 3 Bulk SPAG. or MAC. 3 Ibs. Brown SUGAR 2 ibs. POWDERED SUGAR ..... 2 Choc. Chip COOKIES 8-oz. lOEB HONEY . . 1 PECAN TOPS ............. NORTHERN TISSUE . 3 rolls SEALEX ............ 6 rolls I/2-gal. Cap Cider VINEGAR (Refrigerator Pitcher) WHIPPING CREAM I-3 qt. 10c Mrs. Beidler's Home Made 13c CAKES ................... 25 FOOD MARKET FREE DELIVERY MOUNT PULASKI IIJ"